Wednesday, Farmers announced a plan to merge with 1st National Community Bank.
Robert Lutz said the money couldn’t have come at a better time.
The CEO position will be selected and paid for by the Ohio Department of Education.
Ohio legislation to ban abortions of fetuses after about 20 weeks’ gestation is being considered.
Officials have released dashcam video and 911 calls from Dylann Roof’s arrest.
New Castle police have arrested a suspect in connection to the death of James Larracey, 21, of New Castle.
The collapse created a dam, forcing all the overflowing water into a neighborhood in the 1700 block of Pennsylvania Avenue.
Youngstown firefighters saved the day for a 4-year-old in more ways than one.
The $2 million pavilion will feature 210 slot machines as well as six table games.
The other driver was cited for reckless operation.
Mayor James Iudiciani said Tuesday that Chief Ryan Bonacci turned in his resignation in an email last Friday.
Judge Ural Glanville ordered him to serve 45 days in jail and 22 1/2 months on probation, and perform 200 hours of community service.
Mahoning County has the third highest infant mortality rate in the state.
Money left over from a police memorial was donated to charitable causes.
Gaes likely was infected with septicemic plague, by fleas that put bacteria directly into his blood stream.
The report says Gray’s death could not be ruled an accident, but instead as a homicide because officers didn’t follow safety procedures.
Alaska offers the military a unique training opportunity, including 65,000 square miles of air space.
The 31-year-old woman was injured in the apparently unprovoked attack around 11:30 a.m. in Bryant Park in Manhattan.
Dr. David Shulkin won approval as the VA’s undersecretary for health by a voice vote Tuesday in the Senate.
Archuleta said that many of the agency’s systems were too old to support encryption, which would have made the data harder to steal.